From my undergraduate days at Middle Georgia State University, through my time at Virginia Tech, and now at George Mason, public and digital history has been an essential part of my scholarly identity. Here are some of the projects that I’ve collaborated on throughout the last few years.
- “Enacting Freedom: African Americans in the Age of Emancipation” at the American Civil War Museum, Appomattox Branch.
- A Sovereign Generation, Oral History Project, George Mason University (project ongoing).
- “Mapping Destruction,” Digital History project, George Mason University.
- “Great War: Turmoil, Destruction, Struggle, Legacy,” Middle Georgia State University.
- Fredericksburg: A National Icon and National Park, documentary, 2017.
Editing for National Council on Public History’s History@Work blog.
- “All hands on deck: Utah’s statewide water history effort,” May 27, 2021.
- “College on the Move: A living and public history trip through the Southeast,” March 23, 2021.
- “Ride or Die: the ‘Oregon Trail Live’ Q&A,” November 19, 2021.
- “Re-designing Historic Space: Corrective Landscape Planning at Stagville State Historic Site,” December 29, 2020.
- “Bringing History Indoors during a Pandemic,” December 1, 2020.
Programming at H-CivWar